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King College's photography department will showcase the artwork of six of its students,
ranging from freshman to senior, during the upcoming Art D'Vine art show in downtown
Bristol TN/VA on Dec. 2, 2011 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
We are excited our students will be exhibiting with the other great regional artists
during the Art D'Vine gallery hop, said Tammy Mercure, assistant professor for King's
School of Arts Sciences photography program. In addition to being a great networking
event, the artists receive feedback on their work and celebrate a job well done.
Art D'Vine, a gallery hop and wine tasting on State Street, is designed to engage
the community through exposure to a variety of artistic genres. The public is invited
to stroll through participating galleries including Kil'n Time, Benjamin Walls Gallery,
606 State Street Gallery, One of a Kind Gallery, and blowfish emporium. A recent
addition to the hop is the One Night Stand Gallery, a temporary gallery set up to
showcase the artwork of student's from King College and Virginia Intermont.
We are showcasing several photographers from all different levels, from first semester
to last semester seniors, said Mercure. What unites them is their passion for photography
and how it expresses their individual, unique visions. One of the students showing
will freshman Colton Dickenson and his work from a recent freshman class trip to Washington
D.C. Colton, a Bristol native, was taken with the city at night. He produced a series
of moody, gritty images of the city while most of its inhabitants were asleep. Mary
Mills, a junior and first semester photography student, will show her handwriting
project. Having noticed handwriting is quickly becoming a lost art, Mary has taken
beautiful, and somewhat abstract, photographs of pen on paper.
The King College students participating in the Art D'Vine gallery hop are Joseph Maye,
Lyndsey Keegan, Blake Patrick, Mary Mills, McKay Pruitt, and Colton Dickenson.
For additional information about the Art D'Vine art show contact Tammy Mercure at
423.652.6362 or Chris Stewart, King photography program director, at 423.652.4709.